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New Jersey technical death metal band, The Binary Code, have canceled their tour with Mabus. The band discusses the details behind the decision:
“We are in shared aggreance with Mabus that the tour we have had booked for months now has become unfeasible because of gas prices, and economical situations amongst the states we were hitting.”
”Back earlier this year when we began booking the tour, everything sounded logistical, there weren't so many problems in front of us. We were SO excited to go out and play in all of the different states, so it saddens us that we will not be able to make it out in June/July.”
”However, we have some really cool bands that want to get together for tours in the future very soon, so we'll see what happens, and keep you all posted.”
”On a good note, recording is going well, STP song is coming up soon, and we still have some good shows lined up. We'll post upcoming dates soon.”
New Jersey technical death metallers, The Binary Code, issue the following update from the studio on their MySpace:
“So, yesterday went SMOOTH as can be. Drums were recording Au Natural. No triggers, no sound replacements, nothing. Just the mics and the drums, no bullshit. They sound ILL! Same set up as last time with the drums.”
”So, we got the drums down, they sound great, then we got the Guitars down, they sound sick! Different guitar tone this time. More...defined. The gain was almost off! It sounds KILLER!”
”Today is bass and vocals. We'll update you all tomorrow after we're done with the recording! Maybe we'll have a sample to post for you guys by Sunday night, or Monday afternoon.”
After recording, The Binary Code will be heading on a US tour with Mabus. Exact tour dates will be released soon.
New York's experimental metal band Mabus is currently in the market for a new guitarist. The band comments:
"As some of you may have heard, in a most surprising turn of events, our guitar player Michael has decided to take a definite leave of absence from our camp. Why? We too are stumped. But we wouldn't not wish Michael all the best in his future endeavors. So it behooves us to move on to bigger and better things."
"Candidates for the position should have "people skills," good equipment, a willingness to tour, and age 20-25. Interested parties can contact the band here."